Cyclone Kyarr
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The impact of super cyclone Kyarr has already started to show its effects in the coastal area including Hawks Bay, Ibrahim Hyderi and DHA Golf Club.

According to the latest reports by Pakistan Meteorological Department (Sunday), the cyclone is approximately 800km south of Karachi and 1300 km east of Salalah (Oman).

As of now, no coastal areas are in serious threat. However, to be safe, fishermen have been alerted to remain safe and to avoid venturing into the deep sea.

According to Jang, close to 185 houses have been affected and more than 500 people have been evacuated so far.

Currently, none of the Pakistan coastal areas is under direct threat from this system. -Met Office

DHA Golf Club

Hawks Bay

Seaview (Karachi)

Baba Island


On the other hand, showers are expected in lower Sindh and along the Makran coast. Showers are expected to prolong until Wednesday.

Furthermore, the super cyclone is expected to head towards Oman in the upcoming days. However, if it shifts directions, it may make its way back towards Karachi.

Cyclone Kyarr was formed on 25th October near the southwestern coast of India. It intensified and became a severe cyclonic storm on Sunday.

In the past 12 hours, it became the first super cyclone storm to be formed in the Arabian Sea in the past 12 years.